Recently, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that the U.S. Department of Justice proposed a rule change to permit immigration appellate judges' rulings to become binding for the entire immigration system.
If you are worried about getting deported, or if you have family members who are, one of your biggest questions is probably how long that process will take. Does it happen overnight? Could it take years? If you've never been through this before, you may honestly not know what you're facing.
Immigrants from certain countries may be able to get some relief from a recent decision by the federal Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The DHS recently announced that they had extended temporary protected status (TPS) to those residents in the United States who hail from Nicaragua, El Salvador, Sudan and Haiti.
On Feb. 15, President Donald Trump made the decision to declare a national emergency as he promised he would would do if Democrats failed to pony up the money necessary for him to get his border wall built. Now that he's declared an emergency, it has left many Louisiana lawmakers wondering whether funding for some of their important pet projects in New Orleans will be withdrawn.
Recent reports detail a sting operation that was set up by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Its target was those involved in an immigrant student visa scam, and the consequences might have a chilling effect for international students seeking to enroll in educational programs all over the country.
If you are a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, this week's decision by the U.S. Supreme Court bought you a little extra time. The land's highest court declined to take any action on the present administration's petition to abolish the DACA program for the participants known as "Dreamers."
You want to immigrate to the United States with the eventual goal of becoming a citizen. You know that means you'll have to take a citizenship test at some point, and you're planning ahead. What is on that test and what do you need to know?
Do you have family members who want to come to the United States? There are a handful of visa categories specifically set up for this purpose, which are distinctly different from other categories, such as those set up for employment-based immigration. It's important to know exactly what visa to request based on your current circumstances and relationship.
Border officials have a lot of power in the United States. They can and do turn many people away each and every day.
One of the main entries into the United States is the San Ysidro Port of Entry. U.S. authorities recently shut down the border crossing and used tear gas on those trying to come across.